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0:00 - Introduction 0:17 - Lyber's Childhood in Moscow and His Transition to the American School System

Keywords: America; childhood; education; experimental education; immigration; migration; New York; New York City; Russian Jews; Russian language; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers

5:49 - Lyber's Father's Work as an Organizer for Jewish Self-Defense in Russia

Keywords: 1910s; 1920s; 1930s; anti-Semitism; antisemitism; Communist Jews; Jewish newspapers; Jewish self-defense; Kiev; left-wing Jews; Morgen Freiheit; Morgn Freiheit; Morgn-Frayhayt; Morning Freiheit; Nikolayev; Odessa; pogroms; Russia; Russian Jews; Russian Social Democratic Party; Socialist Zionist Party; Soviet Union; The Morgen Freiheit; tsarist Russia; Ukraine; Ukrainian Jews; Uman; USSR; Yiddish journalism; Yiddish newspapers; Zionism

9:33 - Lyber Describes Russian Policies of Anti-Anti-Semitism

Keywords: anti-anti-Semitic propaganda; anti-antisemitism; anti-Semitism; antisemitism; Jewish families; Jewish identity; Jewish neighborhood; Jewish-non-Jewish relations; Soviet Union; USSR

12:15 - Visiting His Aunts' Village in Belarus

Keywords: Belarus; Belorussian Jews; childhood; Jewish families; Jewish food; shtetel; shtetl; Talachyn; Tałačyn; Tolochin; Tolochino; Tolotchin; Tołoczyn

15:30 - The Significance of the Murdered Cultural Figures to the Russian Jewish Community

Keywords: anti-Semitism; antisemitism; Der Emes newspaper; Jewish community; Jewish culture; Russian Jews; The Truth; USSR; Yiddish newspaper

17:07 - Transitioning to American Society and Lyber's Family's Secular Jewish Identity

Keywords: 1930s; adolescence; America; Camp Kinderland; capitalism; childhood; English language; Great Depression; immigration; migration; multilingual Jews; Russian Jews; secular Jews; teenage years; USSR; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers

22:18 - Lyber and His Wife's Involvement in Jewish Community Organizations

Keywords: ADL; Anti-Defamation League; B'nai B'rith; Brighton Beach; Bronx; Coney Island; Conservative Jews; International Workers Order; IWO; Jewish community; Jewish organizations; Jewish Young Fraternalists; Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership; JPFO; JYF; New York; New York City; Orthodox Jews; schul; shul; synagogues

28:18 - The Effects of McCarthyism on the International Workers Order

Keywords: 1940s; 1950s; communism; Communist Jews; International Workers Order; IWO; McCarthy era; McCarthyism; socialism; socialist Jews

33:38 - Lyber Describes His Parents' Personalities and Modern Attitudes

Keywords: 1940s; Jewish poets; Jewish writers; marriage; parents; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish language; Yiddish poets; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish writers

35:43 - Lyber's Experiences Translating His Father's Book

Keywords: 1900s; anti-Semitism; antisemitism; English language; I.L. Peretz; Jewish self-defense; journalists; Moishe Katz; Mosheh Kats; pogroms; Russian language; Russian speakers; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish writers; Yitzkhok Leybush Peretz

40:52 - The Story of Lyber Meeting His Wife Elaine

Keywords: 1900s; 1940s; Alexandria; American Jews; courtship; Egypt; love; Nikolayev; relationships; Russia; Russian Jews; soldiers

46:12 - Lyber and His Children's Involvement in Yiddish Cultural Organizations

Keywords: Arbeter Ring; child-rearing; cultural education; cultural identity; education; Jewish Currents; Jewish identity; Kinderland; parenting; Workmen's Circle; Yiddish culture; Yiddish organizations

49:31 - Lyber's Involvement on the Board of Camp Kinderland

Keywords: American Jews; Arbeter Ring; Camp Kinderland; cultural transmission; Jewish camps; Jewish culture; Masssachusetts; transmission of culture; Workmen's Circle; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language

53:24 - Trends of Yiddish Language Learning Among Young Jews

Keywords: intergenerational transmission of culture; Israel; post-vernacularity; postvernacularity; Russian Jews; Yiddish culture; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers; Yiddish vernacularity; Zionism

55:18 - Lyber's Stories of Meeting Jews and Traveling All Around the World

Keywords: 1940s; American Jews; Australian Jews; Austrian Jews; civil engineering; Cusco; Egypt; German language; Korea; Korean Jews; Machu Picchu; Melbourne; Peru; Seoul; soldiers; technicians; travel; traveling; World War 2; World War II; WW2; WWII; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers

65:13 - The Importance of Continuing to Teach and Preserve Jewish Culture

Keywords: 1920s; 1940s; American Jews; intergenerational transmission of culture; Jewish culture; Jewish Currents; Jewish history; Jewish identity; Jewish Young Fraternalists Corus; Jewish-non-Jewish relations; multiculturalism; Russian language; secular Jews; World War 2; World War II; WW2; WWII